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Defender with lt77 interior

Discussion in 'Defender 90 / 110 / 130' started by td5tool, Sep 23, 2013.

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  1. td5tool

    td5tool New Member

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    Hi I'm wanting one of these to fit my lt77 but it appears no one makes them to fit so I was wondering if any one had made one of these fit without much hassle,

    http://bit.ly/19w0Vdf

    Hope the link works

    Did it look ok fitted or could you tell a mile off? Thanks for looking
     
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    blue beasty Leaks an prone to bits dropping off Global Moderator

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    How much!? :jaw:
     
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    Do you have the original part that covers just the transmission tunnel?

    I used that then cut some old conveyor belt matting to make footwell mats.

    Ok it's not a one-piece solution like you are after but it's easier and quicker to remove when you hose out the footwells.

    Have a look at the wright off-road matting, it covers the seatbox etc as well as the parts in your link, but it's not cheap.
     
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    Yes I still have the centre part but it's a total rebuild of the car so I want it looking smart as poss.
    I really like them full kits but I can't stretch to £400 + vat as I'm buying the full noise killer set up as well. I was just hoping to get something new to cover it all up
     
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    I've a one piece in mine and I'm thinking of cutting it so I can remove it easier for washing out
     
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    Just to let you all know I bit the bullet and ordered a wright off road kit, will let you know what it's like when it comes
     
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